The financial and operational impact of making inaccurate predictions on your sales and labor can make a monumental difference after a single week, day or hour if you’re a multi-unit operator.
When we look at data, on days when managers get their expected result out of the forecast and the shape of the day, they perform better on team and guest sentiment, spend and sales.
So what should a fast casual chain labor model look like? Noodles & Company has cracked the code.
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